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Thread: ISU VOLVO CUP 22nd (7-10 november 2013)

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    ISU VOLVO CUP 22nd (7-10 november 2013)

    VOLVO Ledus Halle
    RIGA
    Latvia

    web site : http://kristalice.lv (normaly streaming)

    Find entries on their Facebook link :

    https://www.facebook.com/events/1749...6170107234564/

    I make "only" the seniors but also Junior, novice ... (see the link)

    Senior Ladies :

    1.Nicole Graf SWI
    2.Svetlana Issakova EST
    3.Helery Halvin EST
    4.Alexandra Kunova SVK
    5.Yulia Starikova RUS
    6.Eike Langerbauer EST
    7.Tatiana Shilina RUS
    8.Candice Didier FRA
    9.Marta Olczak POL
    10.Lena Wu TPE
    11.Levana Wu TPE
    12. Giada Russo ITA
    13.Jenna McCorcell GBR
    14.Karly Robertson GBR
    15.Brookley Han AUS
    16. Isabelle Pieman BEL
    17.Anna Khnychenkova UKR
    18.Anastasia Yalova UKR
    19.Dasa GRM SLO
    20.Juulia Turkkila FIN
    21.Seidi Rantanen FIN
    22.Beata Papp FIN

    Senior Men :

    1.Mikael Redin SWI
    2.Viktor Romanenkov EST Ar
    3.Vasilij Velikov RUS
    4.Samuel Koppel EST
    5.David Richardson GBR
    6.Matthew Parr GBR
    7.Jack Newberry GBR
    8.Artem Lezheev RUS
    9.Michael Christian Martinez PHI
    10.Alexander Petrov RUS
    11.Jevgeniy Plyuschenko RUS "wait and see" if he's compet ....
    12.Yakov Godorozha UKR
    13.Oganes Mkrtchan UKR
    14.Dmitriy Ignatenko UKR
    15.Matthias Verslius FIN
    16. Mihail Koroliuk BLR
    17.Vitaly Luchanok BLR
    18.Pavel Ignatenko BLR
    19.Aliaksei Mialiokhin BLR
    20.Bela Papp FIN
    21.Viktor Zubik FIN
    22.Zhan Bush RUS
    23.Sergey Borodulin RUS

    Ice Dance Senior

    1.Ramona Elsener/Florian Roost SWI
    2.Isabella Tobias/Deividas Stagniunas LTU
    3.Svetlana Khomiakova/Nikita Shubo-Jablonskii RUS
    4. Federica Bernardi/Christopher Mior ITA
    5.Emanuela Porter/Bruce Porter AZE
    6.Yuliya Zlobina/Aleksey Sitnikov AZE
    7.Justyna Plutowska/Peter Gerber POL
    8. Irina Shtork/Taavi Rand EST
    9.Rebecca Kempt/Luke Russell GBR
    10.Sophie Jones/Jordan Brown GBR
    11.Danielle O`Brien/Gregory Merriman AUS
    12. Nadezhda Frolenkova/Vitaly Nikiforov UKR
    13.Kira Geil/Tobias Eisenbauer AUT
    14.Valentina Rudchenko/Benjamin Allain FRA
    15.Nelli Zhiganshina/Alexander Gazsi GER
    16.Olesia Karmi/Max Lindholm FIN
    17.Henna Lindholm/Ossi Kanervo FIN
    18.Cecilia Torn/Jussiville Partanen FIN
    19.Federica Testa/Lucas Csolley SVK
    20.Dora Turoczi/Balazs Major HUN
    21.Anna Nagornyuk/Viktor Kovalenko UZB
    22.Alessandrini Lorenza/Simone Vaturi ITA

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    Wow, that is a really impressive entry list!

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    Many thanks for the list!! I had been trying to find it. Sometimes the organizers put these B comp lists online on the last minute..

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    Nagornyuk-Kovalenko?

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    Wow, entry lists for these Senior B's in Europe are HUGE. I realize not all the athletes actually compete, but still. The opportunities in Europe vs. North America and Asia are still so surprisingly distorted

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcd View Post
    Wow, entry lists for these Senior B's in Europe are HUGE. I realize not all the athletes actually compete, but still. The opportunities in Europe vs. North America and Asia are still so surprisingly distorted
    Nothing is stopping USFS and SC from organising (more) international competitions.

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    Yay! Brooklee and O'Brien/Merriman!

    I thought we had some men going too, but maybe I'm just confused.

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    It seems that Plushenko is ready for this event and he will try to obtain the minimum TES for Sochi.
    Good luck, Plushy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Nothing is stopping USFS and SC from organising (more) international competitions.
    Agreed. The problem is not Europe having too many competitions - it's North America (and Asia too perhaps?) having too few.

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    Sometimes having stars at your event can be a mixed blessing, it seems:

    http://www.sovsport.ru/gazeta/article-item/656945

    Or so I gather, though, truth to tell, Google translate is more than ordinarily confusing at times in this article:

    "Olga Kovalkova conducting in the Latvian capital on their own means of an annual tournament «Volvo Open Cup», could not imagine what the consequences will turn its participation in the Olympic tournament champion in Turin.

    Kovalkova pestering calls from a variety of, sometimes quite exotic locations across the globe. And Olga herself so insistently calls ... in ISU (International Skating Union.. - Ed.), It is elementary to advise that she do now.

    In the ISU Council with a loss. Such a number of journalists (and not only, but more on that below) does not storm, perhaps, and the world championships.

    The modest palace in Riga unable to accommodate all who want to see and describe the first official show program of Olympic medalist of the last three Olympics.

    - What is accreditation? You would not happen to be kidding me? - With apparent calm that probably cost her dearly, answers the telephone Olga. - On Plushenko torn hundreds of media representatives.

    Photographers, reporters, TV crews. From the U.S., Germany, Switzerland and Japan. Well, of Russia, of course. And I have only 20 seats behind the glass, no mixed-zone, the rink is narrow corridor to the locker room.

    I can not imagine how you are going to communicate with him. And imagine with horror how the several hundred journalists pounce on the poor Plushenko in our narrow hallway, where two or disperse it hard!

    And all these people who call me in the morning until the evening, go to Riga for one purpose only: to pounce on Evgeni Plushenko ... And believe it is something that I have to. One woman is calling from Switzerland: I'm going to sell you souvenirs. Thank you very much! I asked: "Why is it so categorically? I am doing this tournament for my money, I'm on it no one gave a penny ... Maybe you first need to ask my permission? "It is, in my opinion, and did not understand what I mean. I said, already took the ticket and hotel booked ...

    - Olga, and you do not get lost. Advertisers, given all this boom ...

    - What are the advertisers? We are not Russia. We sponsor can be found except for a bottle of water!

    - So what do you do?

    - I do not know. While I was just in a quiet panic. But to Eugene I did not podpuschu. Otherwise crush will start, as once you have in Moscow, "Luzhniki". I do not need such nightmares."

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    And for those who wondered if Plushy was really going to show - pictures from his training in Riga:

    http://nra.lv/foto/sports/1900-riga-...lslidotajs.htm

    Note: Plushyfan posted this link in the Fan Fest thread, but I thought it might be of interest here as well.

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    Time schedule

    Thursday 7 Nov
    20.10 - 21.21 Senior men SP groups 1-2
    21.35 - 23.00 groups 3-4 (Plushenko second in 3rd group)

    Friday 8 Nov
    19.30-21.05 Senior men LP groups 1-2
    21.25-23.00 groups 3-4

    Suppose it's Riga time which means
    Central European +1
    Greenwich time +2

    Thanks LRK, I really hope everything works out fine for Olga K., that Plushenko and all skaters have a big time AND that the local skating clubs benefit from having the star competing there.

    Also crossing fingers for this or this live stream not crashing.

    Ladies senior competitions Saturday and Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflake View Post

    Also crossing fingers for this or this live stream not crashing.
    I can't get the links to show any live streaming (I've checked a couple of times during this day). Are you sure they will stream the competition?

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    No, just thought so beacause I read: Watch live video from volvoopencup on justin.tv

    So, Plushy is skating right now...

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